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Bibliographic Details. Reed Publication Date: 1965 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Very good Dust Jacket Condition: fair. 1. Maori Paintings by Gottfried Lindauer. Pictures from the Partridge Collection of Paintings, Auckland Art Gallery. Published by East-West Center Press, for . Honolulu & Wellington (1965).
Explore Aotearoa New Zealand’s rich history through more than 120 historical portraits of Māori and Pākehā by.
Explore Aotearoa New Zealand’s rich history through more than 120 historical portraits of Māori and Pākehā by our most prolific professional colonial painter, Gottfried Lindauer. Experience for yourself the power of Māori chiefs and leaders whose images are forever recorded in oil, and see how artist Gottfried Lindauer captured the practice of tā moko (facial tattoo). See up close ancestral figures painted in razor-sharp detail and view paintings depicting Māori life from the late 1800s to early 1900s New Zealand.
Gottfried Lindauer (5 January 1839 – 13 June 1926) was a Bohemian and New Zealand artist famous for his portraits, including many of Māori people. He was born Bohumír Lindauer in Plzeň (Pilsen), Western Bohemia, Austrian Empire (now part of the Czech Republic). His father Ignatz Lindauer was a gardener. His first drawing experience was plants and trees. From 1855 Lindauer studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where he took classes of Leopold Kupelwieser, Josef Führich and Professor Rohl
Description: New Zealand - James Cowan - Maori Portraits - Gottfried Lindauer . J. Cowan, Pictures of Old New Zealand, The Partridge Collection of Maori Paintings by Gottried Lindauer, Auckland, 1930, p. 19.
Description: New Zealand - James Cowan - Maori Portraits - Gottfried Lindauer Sketches of Old New Zealand. Descriptive Catalogue of Maori Portraits painted by Herr G. Lindauer. Auckland: Printed for . View additional info.
James Cowan (14 April 1870 – 6 September 1943) was a New Zealand non-fiction author, noted for his books on colonial history and Maori ethnography.
James Cowan, Pictures of Old New Zealand: The Partridge Collection of Māori Paintings by Gotttfried Lindauer, Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs, 1930. Briar Gordon and Peter Stupples, Gottfried Lindauer: His Life and Māori Art, Auckland: Collins, 1985. Graham, Māori Paintings: Pictures from the Partridge Collection of Paintings by Gottfried Lindauer, Wellington: Reed, 1966. Josef Korénský, K protinozcum: cesta do Australie, Tasmanie, na Nový Zélande (Prague: 1905), II, p 116-117. Tāia tēnei whārangi Print this page.
These paintings, revered embodiments of Māori ancestors, capture the .
These paintings, revered embodiments of Māori ancestors, capture the fascinating personal stories of his subjects as well as the complex intercultural exchanges occurring at a time of great. Gottfried Lindauer (1839–1926) was born in Pilsen, Bohemia (now the Czech Republic), and privately trained for the artistic profession in Vienna. He left few clues as to why he immigrated to New Zealand in 1874, but there he quickly gained popularity for his lifelike portraits and became the best-known painter of eminent Māori. Lindauer revolutionized painted portraiture in New Zealand by basing many of his representations of Māori-both living and deceased-on studio photographs.
Gottfried Lindauer’s portraits present a collective history of colonial New . Some portraits of Māori, however, belonged to European collections, which placed them in wholly different contexts.
Gottfried Lindauer’s portraits present a collective history of colonial New Zealand, capturing individual identities in a time of great social change and upheaval. Claire VoonFebruary 13, 2017. AUCKLAND, New Zealand - The first specialist in Māori portraiture - and the most sought-after, in his day - was not a native New Zealander but a Czech immigrant trained in religious painting. Many in the exhibition comprise the Partridge Collection, given to Auckland Art Gallery in 1915 by British businessman Henry Partridge.
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Reed, Wellington, 1965, p54-55. Gottfried Lindauer (1839–1926). Gottfried Bohumir Lindaur; Bohumir Lindaur.